2.22.2010 @ 5:04 pm UTC by lilah wild
Intricate tangles of sterling silver knotwork, entangling Celtic creatures and zodiac icons or just left to squiggle strikingly on their own. It looks to be all pendants at the moment, definitely the sort that make for pagan gathering statement necklaces. Custom based on artwork and past pieces is welcome.
11.25.2009 @ 2:11 pm UTC by lilah wild
Decor and adornment replicated from art and artifacts around the world: Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Hindu, Asian, African, Aztec, medieval, and a touch of abstract modern are scattered throughout pages of historically-inspired jewelry and housewares. Loads of statuary from Buddha to Beethoven, the games include mummy bridge decks, the gadgetry runs towards sundials and hourglasses, and Frank Lloyd wright pops up in the earrings. Thanks Neil!
5.27.2009 @ 3:45 pm UTC by lilah wild
An occult supercenter stocking a gigantic selection of pagan stuff. Incense, oils, herbs, candles, tarot decks, runes, gemstones, velvet cloaks, cauldrons, books of shadows, loads of jewelry, all the usuals. There’s also a healthy amount of out-of-the-ordinary altar goods sprinkled throughout: athames adorned with triple moons, winged Egyptian chalices, fierce deity statuary, bronze ritual masks, pentacle lockets, and straight-out-of-a-fantasy-movie handmade priestess crowns. Thanks, Sara!
3.25.2009 @ 8:24 pm UTC by lilah wild
All kinds of beasties and beyond to decorate the home and garden: vine-betwirled pentacles, Celtic crosses, dragons, fairies, and lots of impy things ready to serve guard duty with a squat and a hiss, along with Windstone Editions’ notorious cuteness. They also carry the fae accessories of Pan’s Horns.
3.17.2009 @ 6:09 pm UTC by lilah wild
Intricate fantasy adornments where gemstones appear as moons in the sky, the bellies of goddesses, or the treasure of dragons, hugged with Celtic knotwork, animal totems, and pentacles. Cuff bracelets, rings, and pendants, with the option to swap in the gemstone of your choice, and custom is welcome.
3.10.2009 @ 8:06 pm UTC by lilah wild
An impressive array of sparklies that mix spirituality with fandom. Trilobites taken from fossils, goddesses, runes, knotwork, scarabs, and…Kokopelli engaging in extreme sports. Cthulhu cufflinks, Mana pendants, pirate coins, Ouroboros earrings, “geek tags,” and swirls of Elvishness predominate, punctuated with medieval fleur-de-lys and goth battiness. Thanks, Lois!
3.2.2009 @ 5:16 pm UTC by lilah wild
Pretty much just what it says – handmade cloaks with all kinds of options, from winter warmth to sheer tulle. Velvets, satins, laces, and tulles, cotton for less ornate affairs, and waterproof for stormier ones. Bridal and mystical themes are available for more spiritual wearings, and the clasp choices are delightfully swirly.